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actions and that's time -- facts and circumstances, and that's time consuming. we'll then work with the removal of deceased and initiate that process and we certainly have a great deal of work that needs to be done in this investigation. >> pelley: paul vance with the connecticut state police. i asked officer vance whether any family lost more than one child and he said that they were not certain of that at this point, they just didn't know. president obama at the white house today was visibly shaken when he came out to address the nation and we will have more of the president's remarks when this special coverage of the "cbs evening news" returns from newtown, connecticut. ,,,,,,,,,,, >> pelley: when president obama addressed the nation about the shooting he seemed visibly upset at the white house today. >> they had their entire lives ahead of them: birthdays, graduations, weddings, kids of their own. among the fallen were also teachers, men and women who devoted their lives to helping our children fulfill their dreams. so our hearts are broken today for the parents and grandpa
not have such a happy ending. dr. kim mulvihill, cbs 5 healthwatch. >>> the hour for immediate action is here. it is now. >> pushing for a deal to avert the "fiscal cliff" just days before the deadline. the progress report from president obama and his backup plan. >>> why there's a manhunt for the woman in this surveillance video. a case involving death and deja vu. >> the guy grabbed him and put him in the car and took off. >> a dog taken and held for ransom. the effort to get back a pilfered pomeranian. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news at 6:00. >> this is deja vu all over again. we are now at the last minute. >> last-minute talks on the "fiscal cliff." tonight, we're going into the long holiday weekend still no deal. but there is a bit of confidence that the senate will reach a last-minute agreement. with three days to go there were talks today, then the president addressed the nation. thigh presidentgrace lee reports. >> reporter: the plan b would be this. if there is no deal, then the president says he still expects the senate to take action. he says
the executive director and clinical director and taken disciplinary action against several employees. the state is also adding a california highway patrol executive to oversee the criminal investigation but is it enough after years of abuse allegations and who is ultimately to blame? >> blame and responsibility go to several levels, staff who routinely fail to report these cases in a timely manner, and then won't discuss -- won't talk to law enforcement about what they have seen and heard. there's a wall of silence that goes up inside developmental centers. >> reporter: gabrielson says he is not even sure of the extent of the abuse because there's been some serious pushback across the responsible state departments. not an easy investigation. he says the state hides behind patient confidentiality even in cases of homicide and rape. the state public health department which regulates the facility says it will begin to monitor the facility every day. in the newsroom, grace lee, cbs 5. >>> your tv viewing just got a little quieter. the calm act which limits the volume of tv commercials went into eff
by the judgment, it's pointless? >> i can't comment on whether or not there is any current ftc action involving safeway or any other company. >> reporter: neither can the california division of measure elementary standards. but last year, the agency performed a statewide price verification survey of various retailers. it found many stores make scanner errors. in fact, some are in your favor. but the grocery stores inspected for the survey were nearly twice as likely to err in their favor and overcharge instead of undercharge. by comparison, safeway stores were four times as likely to overcharge than undercharge. that's according to county inspections conducted the same year. scanner issues extend far beyond california. safeway operates stores in 20 states under a variety of names. inspections show even higher failure rates in three other states yet california is still the only one to take legal action and many states have no inspections at all. >> the best way to protect yourself is to protect yourself. >> reporter: while the ftc is responsible for federal protection, you should check your rece
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. and that's why we need immediate national action from the president and from congress. it should be at the top of their agenda. >> new york mayor michael bloomberg also pushing for tougher national gun regulations. the mayor was surrounded today by dozens of people whose lives have been affected by gun violence. >>> coping with a tragedy like the one in connecticut hard for adults but young children are also trying to make sense of it. cbs 5 reporter cate caugiran shows us how one bay area school district is handling this sensitive issue. >> every time you do it there's a little twinge. but they love it here and they feel safe. so we're trying to foster that and let them know that things happen. >> reporter: bob cavano has two children that golakeshore school. >> it's unbelievable. i mean, there's no -- you know, i try to not have avoidance be my main defense. but in this case, that's part of what i need to keep going. >> reporter: he and his wife made sure their kids knew the shooting in connecticut was an isolated incident and didn't go into much detail. coping with last week's
crimes and a decreasing number of police officers, bud pyle decided to take action. >> but the number one thing we're looking for is somebody sitting in a car for a few minutes looking around or leaning on a car. >> reporter: pyle and several other volunteers from the eden neighborhood association are taking the concept of the neighborhood watch to a whole new level. >> i said, we're going to do it and starting tomorrow we're going to drive the neighborhood and every day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and we got volunteers to do it. >> reporter: pyle and his team members are focusing their driving patrols during the day because that's when home burglaries are occurring when many people are away at work and school. >> we're very well armed. we have a pad and pencil. we have a camera. and we have a cell phone. and if we see anything that we want acted on, we'll call the police 911. >> reporter: as san jose operates with fewer officers, spokesman jason dwyer says response times to property crimes have been going up. >> we understand we're still on the hook for responding to property crimes, burglari
a lot of action later on this weekend. weiner now and then we have 24 hours of just scattered showers. not banner weather to get out but you will be able to get to point a to point b better than this morning. cloudy in livermore. san francisco 60. traffic looking good on the bay bridge toward san francisco. not so good this morning. we had a lot of water out there. can't get on that flooded road. alemany looking at flooding there in san francisco. yes. we had flooded roads there, as well. what happens is, the water piles up quickly. we turn to the strongest radar in the bay area to cbs 5 hi-def doppler. seeing scattered showers not wide spread but watch out richmond, watch out hercules, watch out the i-80 corridor the other side of the bay bridge seeing showers also for san rafael for berkeley and for oakland. here's the setup. the big low pressure area steering these storms hasn't moved and we are watching mother nature reload with all this moisture over here out in the pacific heading in our direction once again. if anything, this next storm will be wetter than the one we just went
have to act fast. tomorrow is the deadline to file a claim in a class action price fixing settlement. suit says manufactures illegally plotted to keep prices high. anyone who bought any product with an lcd scene between 1999 and -- screen between 1999 and 2006 are eligible, payments up to $200 depending how many you purchased and there is no need to provide proof of purchase. simply fill out the form online. you will find a link at i filled mine out right before i came out here. >> i have been forgetting. >> you have been talking about this for months. >> haven't i? >> one more day. do it now. >> note to self. >> i have to write on my hand. tv. yeah. thank you, julie. >>> coming up, in our next half hour, the questions surrounding the kidnap and rape of an autistic bay area teenager. tonight we ask, did social service workers act appropriately? and what more could they have done? >> and what would really happen if we fall over the "fiscal cliff"? the painful consequences for californians. >> it can change the status quo of breast cancer treatment. how women
and other members announcing today legal action against major retailers forcing them to stop selling foam products that contain high levels of chlorinated tris a cancer-causing flame retardant that exceeds california law. >> when my kids were young, they slept in one of these and it had the same foam. >> reporter: one of six cancer- causing products with the retardant. also used in nap mats in nurseries nationwide. >> instead of actually either using a different material or surrounding it with a different material that is not going to be quick to catch on fire. >> reporter: changing pads, infant sleepers, the nap nanny portable infant recliner, just to name a few. products listed on the environmental health website and products we found still being sold in stores today with no warning labels. why? >> because they can. and because no one is telling them you need to stop. >> reporter: until now. >> until now. >> reporter: but in a statement, the american chemistry council which represents manufacturers of flame retardant said the products are quote, well studied and provide important safety
. many of the awards handed out today were a result from actions taken during the city's largest ever mass killings that happened at oikos university earlier this year. >>> i'm juliette goodrich. an unidentified couple walks into walmart and randomly pays for customers' items in their carts. who are these secret santas? the story coming up. >>> and later this week, it will be no ordinary tide. what makes a king tide and how it can show us the bay area's future. >> not one, not two, and not even three, but a series of storms heading this way. we'll track them together as eyewitness news continues right here on cbs 5. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and couple of very generouss paid a visit to a bay area walmart. juliette goodrich is in livermore, where the man and woman picked shoppers at ra, and... well juliette.. you l it.... >>> 'tis the season for secret santas. a couple of generous ones paid a visit to an area walmart. juliette goodrich reports. >> reporter: this is one of the holiday stories we love to report on. imagine walking into walmart buying your holiday goodies and someone saying, i'll pi
traffic as police tried to figure out what was going on so the bulk of the action was happening in bascomb and moorpark. i see an english professor here. let me see if i can grab him on camera here. sir? all right. he is joining us right now. this is an english professor who was just coming out of his building. i'm with channel 5. what's your name? >> charles heimler. >> tell me what happened with you here. >> reporter: so about -- i work in bottom floor of the library and about 5:00, a phone call was made to one of the administrators that a person with a weapon was spotted in the tech building which is at the corner of was some and moorpark. and we were to lock down and shelter all the students in place. so we moved about 200 students in one of the back rooms of the library and locked the doors and then went from there. >> reporter: what was that like to move 200 students? was it chaos or panic ? >> no. it was a very orderly response. we had staff members and faculty direct the students to move into the room. we got them out of sight of glass doors. students were concerned about finishing
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